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Old 09-09-2014, 11:11 PM   #1
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ISO Japanese mustard sauce

my family and i go to japanese hibachi restaurants about 6 or 7 times a year and have found the mustard sauce on teppanyaki salmon, scallops, or even chicken really delicious.

i've searched several, very different recipes for mustard sauce, but i was wondering if anyone knew of a brand or a specific bottled mustard sauce.

i've found comercially available teppanyaki ginger sauce; now i just need the mustard.

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Are you talking about the hot Chinese yellow mustard that you get as a condiment? Or a prepared sauce?
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Old 09-10-2014, 08:21 AM   #3
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Are you talking about the hot Chinese yellow mustard that you get as a condiment? Or a prepared sauce?
It's a prepared mustard sauce served at teppenyaki places.

Bucky I googled it and found a few but not sure it fits your desired flavor profile:

http://www.food.com/recipe/teppanyak...g-sauce-424905
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thanks, jenny. yes, i meant the dipping sauce, gahc. .


i may just have to make a few recipes to see which one we like. i was hoping to find a bottled brand that i could just pull out of the fridge when needed.

i don't know how "authentic" teppanyaki mustard sauce would be like if it were from japan. dijon and mayo don't strike me as japanese ingredients, but if it works, so be it.

btw, does anyone know why these restaurants are called hibachi when they use a teppan griddle?

in any case, thanks again.
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I didn't know what teppanyaki was, so I looked it up. Yes, I have eaten at teppanyaki places. Teppanyaki - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"The originator of the teppanyaki-style steakhouse is the Japanese restaurant chain Misono, which introduced the concept of cooking Western-influenced food on a teppan in Japan in 1945"

Since teppanyaki steakhouses have been "Western-influenced" since the beginning, it seems reasonable that the condiments would have a western influence.
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thanks, jenny. yes, i meant the dipping sauce, gahc. .


i may just have to make a few recipes to see which one we like. i was hoping to find a bottled brand that i could just pull out of the fridge when needed.

i don't know how "authentic" teppanyaki mustard sauce would be like if it were from japan. dijon and mayo don't strike me as japanese ingredients, but if it works, so be it.

btw, does anyone know why these restaurants are called hibachi when they use a teppan griddle?

in any case, thanks again.

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Japanese mayo tastes real different, not sure why...
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Old 09-12-2014, 07:28 PM   #7
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that's because it's squeezed from a human baby. probably part of the same process where baby oil is produced.

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that's because it's squeezed from a human baby. probably part of the same process where baby oil is produced.

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Just be happy it only Mayo and not this.
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Just be happy it only Mayo and not this.
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Just be happy it only Mayo and not this.
rofl!!!!

i'm afraid to ask what they use to make girl scout cookies over there.
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Old 09-13-2014, 03:09 PM   #11
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Look up Kewpie-doll Japanese mustard.
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Pin by Nicole Launer on Appetizers | Pinterest

Bucky, is this the sauce?
I would be willing to bet you if you made it with Kewpie mayo
you'd hit the mark, different from Hellman's
I can't say that I've ever had this before,
we don't frequent teppanyaki joints
I saw another "Pin" that used a sprinkle of dashi, mirin and shoyu...
Maybe?
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Did you read this about Japanese ingredients?

List of Japanese condiments - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

and what makes Kewpie different from NA mayo.
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thanks kgirl and taxy. i'll have to ask if what they serve is karashi mayo, or some other form of karashi.
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Did you read this about Japanese ingredients?

List of Japanese condiments - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

and what makes Kewpie different from NA mayo.
It's hard for me to put my finger on it specifically, but it's thinner and a bit more zippy I guess is good word to use.
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Yum Yum Sauce for fried rice... INGREDIENTS: 1 cup mayonnaise 3 tablespoons white sugar 3 tablespoons rice vinegar 2 tablespoons melted butter 3/4 teaspoon paprika 3/8 teaspoon garlic powder DIRECTIONS: 1. In a small bowl, combine mayonnaise, white sugar, rice vinegar, melted butter, paprika and garlic powder. 2. Mix well. 3. Cover and refrigerate for about 30 minutes.

Bucky, I found this while a was on Pinterest today.
Is this it?
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no, but thanks, kgirl. it looks good on its own.

if i'm going to eat my wife's very good but very plain cooking, i'll need to learn some good sauces.
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no, but thanks, kgirl. it looks good on its own.

if i'm going to eat my wife's very good but very plain cooking, i'll need to learn some good sauces.
For Asian-style foods, including sauces, I love this site: http://steamykitchen.com/custom-search?gcs=Sauce
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I find Frank's Hot Sauce goes a long way to improve plain, bland cooking.
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